Chaz and AJ reset the celebrity death pool, made their celebrity choices, and explained the controversy over the weekend since multiple people thought they had won. (0:00)
Dumb Ass News – The newest TikTok challenge is predictably stupid, and comes with a sincere warning from a dentist. (5:10)
NFL Agent Joe Linta recaps week 2 in the NFL, where a lot of players were injured. Plus, Tom Brady rebounds with the Bucs, and the Patriots were stuffed at the end of a tight game against the Patriots. (11:13)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died, and Chaz and AJ had a lot of clips to remember her incredible life. Included were reactions from President Trump, Bill Clinton, and Joe Biden. (26:03)
Dumb Ass News – A woman was arrested in Oklahoma, and went viral for her failed escape. Her excuse was that she had to poop. (36:50)
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The Chaz & AJ Art’s Television & Appliance Food Truck Festival is happening Thursday, September 24 from 5 to 7pm in our parking lot at 440 Wheelers Farms Road in Milford. This is a drive-thru event and you must be in a vehicle, and stay in your vehicle, to participate.
Tickets are $100 per car – including driver and up to 3 additional passengers (4 people total in vehicle). Your ticket gets you a free sample from every food truck.
Due to social distancing regulations, you must stay in your vehicle at all times.
Proceeds go to the Chaz & AJ McDermott Chevrolet & Lexus Toy Drive. Every attendee will receive a special code to text to win a 3-day rental of a Haynes Outdoor Living Stone Living Wood-Fired Oven!
Visit Fire Engine Pizza on Monday, September 21 for “Monday Matters”. Visit their Shelton or Bridgeport (Black Rock) location anytime between Noon and 10pm on Monday, September 21 and Fire Engine Pizza will give back 15% of net sales to the Chaz & AJ McDermott Chevrolet & Lexus Toy Drive. Dine in or Take out!
This weekend we celebrate Nuno Bettencourt’s birthday! The lead guitarist for the Boston rock band Extreme celebrates his 54th birthday on September 20th.
To celebrate, we look back at when Extreme came to New Haven in 1995 to support their newest album “Waiting For The Punchline.” After the tour ended, Nuno and singer Gary Cherone both left Extreme. This lead to the band’s breakup. Nuno left to purse a solo career while Cherone joined Van Halen as their new lead singer. The band would later regroup in 2004.
Tour: Waiting For The Punchline
Special Guest: Flesh
March 15, 1995
Toad’s Place in New Haven, Connecticut
Get The Funk Out
Tell Me Something I Don’t Know
Am I Ever Gonna Change
Play With Me
Unconditionally / Stop The World / Rest In Peace / Tragic Comic / More Than Words / Unconditionally (reprise)